Racquets for Power: Yonex Ezone 100vs Head Speed MP vs Head Boom Pro

Komtriku

New User
hello everybody,
Im a proud owner of a head speed pro. But i have the impression i am lacking some power so i would like to buy a more powerful racquet as a second racquet when i need a bit more power and i am tired to generate this by myself.But i dont want to lose completely control and stability. That s why i picked these 3 racquets. Babolat are too stiff for me. Head Extreme doesnt seem to be really stable by big hit.
I am 35yo, female, 1,80m, 80kg so i am not really fit at the moment and my footwork is still poor, i m not a great runner but i am a big hitter. I play aggressive(both baseline and volley). I can generate enough power by myself but i used to lose very often control by hitting.As i had issued with control i chose the speed pro and this was a really good choice,i would buy it again, but sometimes i just need a little bit more power.
 

Komtriku

New User
Why not string your speed pro a bit looser (say 5 lbs), you will automatically get more power?
I have Yonex Strike 125 strings on the speed pro as i wanted something more controlled. But i need a powerful alternative to switch when i get tired to generate power by myself.
 

tennislover2

New User
I have Yonex Strike 125 strings on the speed pro as i wanted something more controlled. But i need a powerful alternative to switch when i get tired to generate power by myself.
A second racket strung looser with same string or a more powerful multifilament wont do the trick? Its easy to switch to another racquet of the same model than a different model mid match when you are tired.
 

TagUrIt

Hall of Fame
I’m EXTREMELY biased, but with reason. Yonex makes some of the best racquets on the market. I was a former VCore 95 user and wanted something more powerful and I found it in the Ezone 98. The Yonex Ezone line is its more power oriented line. Not only that, but it’s effortless to swing this racquet it’s nicknamed the “EasyOne”(Ezone) for a reason. Pick up an Ezone 100, you won’t regret it. You can string it with whatever your favorite string is and get an amazing performance.
 

studpuffin

New User
I think an Ezone 100 would be a good fit for you. Lighter but still stable, and the somewhat dense string pattern for a 100 square inch racket should help with control.
 
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